Even though his cancer's in remission, chemistry teacher turned meth maker Walter White still can't catch a break. His wife has filed for divorce, his DEA agent brother-in-law is out to bust him, and a Mexican cartel just wants him dead. But with his family's future still at stake, Walt cooks up a deal that will make him a fortune, a scheme with a terrible price.
In season four, Walt and Skyler try to use gambling to explain how Walt has made all of his money; Skyler tries to launder money through a car wash; Hank's discovery of Gus Fring's fingerprint in Gale Boetticher's apartment is enough for DEA and Albuquerque PD to bring Gus in for an interview; and much more.
The trials and tribulations of criminal lawyer, Saul Goodman, in the time leading up to establishing his strip-mall law office in Albuquerque, New Mexico. A spinoff from the Breaking Bad television show, it takes place six years before the events of Breaking Bad and follows small-time lawyer Jimmy McGill and the circumstances that lead to his metamorphosis into criminal-minded lawyer Saul Goodman.
"It all ends with a bang! In the final episodes, Emmy winners Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul bring the saga of Breaking Bad to a bloody conclusion in their roles as meth kingpin, Walter White and his guilt-ridden partner, Jesse Pinkman. As each tries to get clear of the wreckage they left behind in the meth world, DEA agent Hank Schrader's obsessive pursuit of "Heisenberg" gains steam, leading up to a shattering finale that will leave no one in Walt's...
Approved to begin practicing law again, Jimmy McGill decides to operate under the name "Saul Goodman", using methods and representing clients that gives Kim Wexler some pause and puts Jimmy in some uniquely dangerous situations. Gustavo continues his war against the cartel by way of Lalo Salamanca, putting Nacho in the crosshairs, and leaving Mike at rock bottom.